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LastPass? More like lost pass. Or where the fsck has it gone pass. Five-hour outage drives netizens bonkers

The Register - 42 min 40 sec ago
Data centre lost connectivity, now restored

LastPass's cloud service suffered a five-hour outage today that left some people unable to use the password manager to log into their internet accounts.…

E-commerce site is infected not by one, but two card skimmers

Ars Technica - 1 hour 19 sec ago

Enlarge (credit: Mighty Travels)

Payment card skimming that steals consumers’ personal information from e-commerce sites has become a booming industry over the past six months, with high-profile attacks against Ticketmaster, British AirwaysNewegg, and Alex Jones’ InfoWars, to name just a few. In a sign of the times, security researcher Jérôme Segura found two competing groups going head to head with each other for control of a single vulnerable site.

The site belongs to sportswear seller Umbro Brasil, which as of Tuesday morning was infected by two rival skimmer groups. The first gang planted plaintext JavaScript on the site that caused it to send payment card information to the attackers as customers were completing a sale. The malicious JavaScript looked like this:

The first skimmer using unobfuscated JavaScript.

A second gang exploited either the same or a different website vulnerability as the first. The second group then installed much more advanced JavaScript that was encoded in a way to prevent other programs from seeing what it did. This is what it looked like:

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Black Friday 2018 game console deals: PS4 and Xbox One for $200, Xbox One X for $400 and more - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 7 min ago
Black Friday is the best time to buy a new gaming console, and this year's deals have begun.

Black Friday 2018 kitchen and appliance deals: $40 off Instant Pot, $100 off Vitamix products and more - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 8 min ago
Upgrade your cooking game or make laundry day more fun with our favorite deals on kitchen gadgets and large appliances.

Black Friday Google Assistant deals: $119 Ecobee Smart Thermostat and $119 Philips Hue starter kit live now, $25 Home Mini speaker coming soon - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 10 min ago
Shop smarter this holiday season with these deals on Google-Assistant-enabled devices for your home.

Ajit Pai wants to raise rural broadband speeds from 10Mbps to 25Mbps

Ars Technica - 1 hour 14 min ago

Enlarge (credit: Steve Johnson / Flickr)

The Federal Communications Commission is planning to raise the rural broadband standard from 10Mbps to 25Mbps in a move that would require faster Internet speeds in certain government-subsidized networks.

The FCC's Connect America Fund (CAF) distributes more than $1.5 billion a year to AT&T, CenturyLink, and other carriers to bring broadband to sparsely populated areas. Carriers that use CAF money to build networks must provide speeds of at least 10Mbps for downloads and 1Mbps for uploads. The minimum speed requirement was last raised in December 2014.

Today, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said he's proposing raising that standard from 10Mbps/1Mbps to 25Mbps/3Mbps. "[W]'re recognizing that rural Americans need and deserve high-quality services by increasing the target speeds for subsidized deployments from 10/1 Mbps to 25/3 Mbps," Pai wrote in a blog post that describes agenda items for the FCC's December 12 meeting.

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FCC to release broadband speed report on Wednesday - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 15 min ago
The Federal Communications Commission will once again tell you if you're getting what you paid for from your broadband provider.

Sorry to Bother You is like Get Out, only weirder and wilder - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 15 min ago
Lakeith Stanfield and Tessa Thompson star in this stylish, scathing and surreal assault on modern capitalism.

The best Black Friday smart home bundles you can buy this week - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 21 min ago
Shopping for smart home devices this Black Friday? Consider these killer connected home combos that we cobbled together from our favorite deals of the season.

Black Friday 2018: Nintendo Switch Mario Kart bundles, 2DS and Labo deals - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 25 min ago
This year's Black Friday Nintendo Switch bundle will get net you Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for free. Also -- Labo is cheap!

NASA concerned about culture of “inappropriateness” at SpaceX

Ars Technica - 1 hour 26 min ago

Enlarge / NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine must continue to rely on Dmitry Rogozin of Roscosmos while US commercial crew vehicles remain under development. (credit: Alexei Filippov / TASS via Getty Images)

In addition to spurring problems for the car company Tesla, Elon Musk's puff of marijuana in September will also have consequences for SpaceX. On Tuesday, The Washington Post reported that NASA will conduct a "safety review" of both of its commercial crew companies, SpaceX and Boeing. The review was prompted, sources told the paper, because of recent behavior by Musk, including smoking marijuana on a podcast.

According to William Gerstenmaier, NASA's chief human spaceflight official, the review will be "pretty invasive" and involve interviews with hundreds of employees at various levels of the companies, across multiple worksites. The review will begin next year, and interviews will examine "everything and anything that could impact safety," Gerstenmaier told the Post.

The reviews will come as both SpaceX and Boeing are racing to conduct human test flights of their rockets and spacecraft in mid-2019. Both companies have yet to meet critical milestones, including abort tests and uncrewed test flights, before the first crews fly on SpaceX's Dragon and Boeing's Starliner vehicles.

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Oracle sued by app sales rep: I made tens of millions for Larry, then fired for being neither young nor male – claim

The Register - 1 hour 33 min ago
Women harassed, driven out while worse performing men keep jobs, lawsuit claims

A former Oracle application sales rep is suing the database giant, alleging gender and age discrimination, sexual harassment, and violations of US labor laws after being fired.…

Don't waste your money on these Black Friday TV deals (The 3:59, Ep. 492) - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 40 min ago
Friend of the show David Katzmaier visits to talk TV.

Black Friday 2018 sound bars deals available now: Vizio for $110, Polk with Alexa for $200 - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 44 min ago
Most of the best Black Friday sound bar deals we've found are available to buy right now, starting at just $110.

Walmart Black Friday 2018 deals: Xbox One (and PS4?) for $200, iPad for $250, 40-inch TVs for $100 and more - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 44 min ago
The deals on game console bundles are available now, although the PlayStation 4 Spider-Man bundle might not be in stock when you read this.

Black Friday 2018: Get Xbox One S with Battlefield 5 for $229 - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 51 min ago
The best deals on Xbox One S and Xbox One X are here while Black Friday sales last.

Black Friday 2018 phone deals: Free OnePlus 6T now, LG V40 with free $500 TV, Moto G6 for $200 - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 53 min ago
Plus, $400 off the LG V40, a $430 BlackBerry Key2 LE and $150 off a Palm.

Israeli tomb contains a tasty surprise: Vanilla extract

Ars Technica - 1 hour 58 min ago

Enlarge / Tel Megiddo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (credit: Liorca / Wikimedia Commons)

Vanilla may have been used in Israel long before its domestication in Mesoamerica, according to a new find in an ancient tomb. The monumental stone tomb stands near the palace from which ancient kings once ruled the Canaanite city-state of Tel Megiddo, in modern-day northern Israel. Later, the ancient Greeks knew the city by another name: Armageddon. Yes, that Armageddon. But Tel Megiddo is a major archaeological site for reasons that have nothing to do with the theological cloud that hangs over it.

In 2016, archaeologist Melissa Cradic of the University of California, Berkeley, and her colleagues excavated a 3,000- to 4,000-year-old tomb near the palace. Along with the remains of at least nine people, the tomb contained lavish decorations and funerary goods, including four small jugs. When archaeologist Vanessa Linares of Tel Aviv University analyzed the organic residues left behind on the insides of the jugs, she found something surprising: three of the four contained organic compounds called vanillin and 4-hydroxbenzaldehyde, which are the major compounds found in vanilla extract; they’re the chemicals that give vanilla its familiar taste and scent. After Linares and her colleagues ruled out other possible sources of contamination, they determined that the residue left behind on the offering jugs could only have come from the seed pods of the vanilla orchid.

“This is based on the profuse quantity of vanillin found in the juglets that could have only derived from the abundant amount of vanillin yield from the vanilla orchid pods,” wrote Linares in an abstract for her presentation at the American Schools of Oriental Research annual meeting. She pointed out three species as the most likely sources: one native to central East Africa, one from India, and one from Southeast Asia.

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AMG GT R Pro is the even-more-bonkers Benz we didn't know we needed - Roadshow

cNET.com - News - 2 hours 2 min ago
The folks from Affalterbach are keeping mum as to the details, but we'll see it all next week.

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